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Long Miles Coffee Project: Farmer Story

      EÔTE COFFEE first learned of LONG MILES COFFEE PROJECT this past fall.  We had heard great things about LMCP & anxiously waited samples.  In February, we were about to cup the Kirehe Lot 5 and several other samples  It was worth the wait! We immediately fell in love with the Kirehe Lot 5. As good as the cup is, so is the LMCP story. Even though we have not met the Carson Family yet, we feel a connection & kindred spirit. On our next trip to Africa, we hope to make a stop off for a visit...

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Roaster Realm at Thrive Farmers

EÔTÉ COFFEE is excited to be featured this month in ROASTER REALM.  This interview shares about our passion and how EÔTÉ COFFEE got it's start. EÔTÉ is proud partners with Thrive Farmers.    

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Coffee’s Economics, Rewritten by Farmers

In Costa Rica, Sergio Cascante sells his coffee harvest via Thrive Farmers Coffee, with its farm-to-table business model.   Just in case all you coffee drinkers missed it, there was a great article written this week in the New York Times.  EÔTÉ COFEE is proud to be a parter with THRIVE FARMERS.  The social impact of this business model is tremendous.  Take a few minutes to read the article.  It will make you enjoy that cup of EÔTE COFFEE that much more.  Thank you for your love of our coffee.  Thank you even more for the impact that you have...

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A BETTER OPTION FOR THE IMPOVERISHED FARMER

  There is a great blog out this week about Thrive Farmers.     The fair trade movement has grown exponentially in recent years thanks to large corporate partnerships and more global awareness. It’s arguably made a difference for many tradespeople on whom wealthy countries depend. But it’s not the only option out there if you’re interested in ethical consumerism – there are alternatives to fair trade that can work as well or better. Recently the New York Times picked up the story of Ken Lander – a Georgian lawyer who moved his family to Costa Rica after purchasing a coffee farm. When the...

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Why Not Me?

    My friend, Mike Zserdin, is on a journey. Mike wants to help make the world a better place. He also wants to motivate others to join him. I remember sitting in a coffee shop with Mike over a year ago. He shared with me about his passiona and an ebook that he was writing, The Generosity Manefesto. Mike and I share the same passion.  It is one of the reasons that I founded EÔTE COFFEE, Willow Springs Boys Ranch and Jacob's Ladder Camps.   Mike and his friends have created a platform that makes it easy for people...

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